From providing a top-class research facility to training the next generation of scientists and engineers, the UK’s world-leading neutron and muon beam source ISIS has had a far-reaching impact on the economy of the UK and worldwide since it first became operational more than 30 years ago.
One of the world's most advanced weather radar research facilities, which is based in the UK, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week.
The Cockcroft Institute is celebrating partnership, funding and new laboratories and office space as it relocates to its new building at STFC's Daresbury Laboratory, within the Sci-Tech Daresbury campus in Cheshire.
A number of vacancies have arisen for outstanding individuals to become members of STFC's committees and panels.
The Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson MP, has appointed Professor Karen Holford (Cardiff University) and Professor Tony Ryan (University of Sheffield) as new members of the Council of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). They will serve with effect from 1 March 2017 until 31 March 2018.
Newly published research has provided fresh insight into how bones grow and develop, and how the traces of metal found in bones play a vital part in this process.
STFC has today published their impact report for the 2015/2016 financial year, demonstrating the impact their investments have made on the UK economy, on policy and for society.
A new group of particles which have long been hiding in plain sight have finally been discovered thanks to the incredibly sensitive LHCb experiment at CERN.
A mystery surrounding three stone-like objects found within the pelvic region of a 12,000-year-old human skeleton has been solved thanks to the analytical capability of the UK’s neutron beam research facility
After spending 15 years scanning patients at an Australian hospital, an unwanted MRI machine has been recycled and given a new lease of life at the world’s biggest science experiment as a scanner of the material that makes up exploding stars.